Deluxe Handcrafted Kitchen Design Ideas
Christopher Peacock began his career in London during the early eighties, working at Terence Conran’s furniture store in London. After accepting an offer to work in the US he traveled first to Boston, Mass, where he worked as a designer at the Boston Design Center and then continued his career in New York City working as a kitchen designer at the Architects and Design building.
He launched Christopher Peacock Cabinetry in 1992, beginning with a single kitchen display inside a small store in Greenwich, CT. The vignette drew the attention of architects, designers and a discerning clientele. The Christopher Peacock cabinetry brand soon proved its worth, quickly establishing itself as the paradigm of beautiful hand-crafted classic British cabinetry, but made to order in the USA. By owning and operating the showrooms and production facility the quality control and high standards were always under his control.
Since those early days many distinctive showrooms have been opened throughout the USA and Europe, with locations in Greenwich, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, New York City, Short Hills, and in Cannes, Cote D’Azur, France and in London, England. Additionally, 2016 saw the launch of a new location in Dallas, Texas.
The company philosophy has always been to produce handcrafted cabinetry of the highest quality, using the finest materials and offering an unparalleled level of professional service to its clientele. Unique in its approach to the marketplace, the company is driven by a youthful enthusiasm and a fervent desire to create the most beautiful and lasting products.
Today, his company and brand is recognized as the ultimate in luxury cabinetry design and there are many hundreds of rooms of beautiful cabinetry gracing homes in the United States and internationally. The classic understated elegance that has become the mark of his work has allowed the company some very special opportunities.
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